Discussion in 'Minnesota Golden Gophers' started by anythingispossible, Sep 24, 2011.
That was too easy. 31-0
okay we got three
Minnesota runs a kickoff back 92 yards for a touchdown. Now it's only 45- 10
Minnesota hammers it down the field For a touchdown. 17- 45
my goodness its lonely in here
Minnesota stops Michigan and then scores on its first possession. 7-0
69 yard pass play Michigan on the gophers 6 yard line.
A well covered play but Michigan scores. 7-7
Michigan State fumbles the ball gophers recover.
14-7 Gophers end of first Q
Michigan State ties it up beginning of the second quarter.
This is a better game than I thought it would be. Hopefully I can make it back before the end of the game.
Michigan State holds on for the win 31-24
Signing day was pretty good for Kill..
Feb. 1, 2012
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University of Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill has announced the addition of 31 student-athletes to the Golden Gopher football program.
Of the 31 student-athletes announced by Kill Wednesday, eight were already enrolled in classes at the University of Minnesota. Nineteen signed their National Letters of Intent Wednesday, while four others signed Acceptance of Admission forms.
Twenty-five members of Minnesota's recruiting class will be true freshmen for the 2012 season, while six join the Gophers from the junior college ranks.
"The most important thing for us was to make sure we got kids that fit in here at the University of Minnesota with our system and what we expect," Kill said. "I think we did that. And then of course we needed to improve the athleticism and speed in our football program and I think we did that too."
A wide net was cast to land the 2012 Gopher recruiting class. Thirteen states are represented in the hometowns of the newest Gopher class. Ten of the newest Gophers hail from the State of Minnesota. Texas is next on the list with four, while three come from Florida. Two each are joining the Gopher program from Wisconsin and Ohio, while there was one each from California, Delaware, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Missouri, Illinois and Alabama.
The 2012 Minnesota recruiting class is a little heavier on the defensive side of the ball, with 16 listed in defensive positions. Eleven of the signees are slated to play on the offensive side of the ball, while four are currently listed as athletes and could play on either side.
Defensive back was the most heavily-targeted position. Eight of the student-athletes announced Wednesday are penciled in for the secondary. The defensive line saw the next-biggest influx of talent with six of the new Gophers expected to play on the line of scrimmage. Minnesota signed two linebackers. On offense, three student-athletes each are listed as wide receivers and offensive linemen. The Gophers added two quarterbacks, two running backs and one tight end.
A full roster of the 2012 recruiting class is listed below:
2012 University of Minnesota Signing Day Recruiting Class
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School
Duke Anyanwu ATH 6-4 230 Blaine, Minn./Blaine HS
Jeremy Baltazar* DB 6-0 190 Corona, Calif./Blinn College
Briean Boddy* CB 5-11 175 Wilmington, Del./Coffeyville CC
Cedric Dicke** DB 6-3 200 Cannon Falls, Minn./Cannon Falls HS
Scott Ekpe* DT 6-4 260 Lewisville, Texas/Lewisville HS
Isaac Fruechte* WR 6-3 210 Caledonia, Minn./Rochester CTC
James Gillum* RB 5-11 208 Pearl River, La./Mississippi Gulf Coast CC
Jamel Harbison WR 5-11 195 Charlotte, N.C./Mallard Creek HS
Tyler Hartmann** DL 6-3 245 Andover, Minn./Andover HS
Isaac Hayes OL 6-2 275 Brooklyn Park, Minn./St. Thomas Academy
Jordan Hinojosa DT 6-3 275 Miami, Fla./Central HS
Ben Holcomb** DB 6-4 200 Germantown, Wis./Germantown HS
Antonio Johnson DB 6-0 190 Cleveland, Ohio/Shaker Heights HS
Roland Johnson DT 6-1 295 Duncan, S.C./Butler County CC
Alex Keith DE 6-3 230 Columbia, Mo./Hickman HS
Ben Lauer OT 6-6 265 Plymouth, Minn./Wayzata HS
Mitch Leidner* QB 6-4 225 Lakeville, Minn./Lakeville South HS
Jack Lynn LB 6-3 210 Lake Zurich, Ill./Lake Zurich HS
KJ Maye ATH 5-10 190 Mobile, Ala./Murphy HS
Andre McDonald WR 6-2 200 Minnetonka, Minn./Hopkins HS
John McKelvey** ATH 6-0 190 Hunting Valley, Ohio/University School
Eric Murray CB 6-0 178 Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside University HS
Philip Nelson* QB 6-2 220 Mankato, Minn./West HS
Jonah Pirsig OT 6-9 295 Blue Earth, Minn./Blue Earth Area HS
Lincoln Plsek ATH 6-4 245 Waco, Texas/Reicher HS
Nick Rallis LB 5-11 220 Edina, Minn./Edina HS
Martez Shabazz* CB 5-11 165 DeSoto, Texas/Trinity Valley CC
Yoshoub Timms DT 6-2 265 Fort Walton Beach, Fla./Fort Walton Beach HS
Damarius Travis DB 6-2 205 Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola HS
Maxx Williams TE 6-4 235 Waconia, Minn./Waconia HS
Rodrick Williams RB 5-11 228 Lewisville, Texas/Lewisville HS
* = Currently enrolled | ** = Signed Acceptance of Admission Form
This is the first time I can remember that Minnesota Gophers Men's Hockey team are ranked outside of the top 20. With a record of 6-8-0, it looks pretty grim. Lucia needs to fix this thing or move on...
Yeah... I don't know how they could fix that. Is it the creation of the B1G? But what's going on with the program?
Good luck to the Lady Goofs in the NCAA Volleyball Final 4!
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